21st Century Conceptions of Musical Ability.
Psychology of Music, 38.
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||The research reported in this article is original in that nothing of this kind has been attempted previously. It challenges traditional conceptions of musical ability through exploring how musical ability is perceived by different groups including musicians, teachers who are not musicians, adults who are amateur musicians, adults who have no connection with active music making and young people who participate in music extra-curricularly and those who do not. It is based on a large sample which is unusual in music education research and although it is essentially quantiative in nature it is based on an earlier study which was qualitative. Its impact will be in terms of the way it adds to the growing body of literature which is redefining musical ability.
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